Jul 13, 2009

DARTS Beginning to End

OK folks its available now! I get TONS of emails asking for practice tips and other things related to my dart career. George has done an excellent job with this book. If you have a question he has an answer. I also have an interview in the book, along with some other great players. I highly suggest this book, not only for the beginner, but for anyone needing some help along the way in your dart career. I wouldn't attach my name to something I didn't agree with and I must say again, George has done a great job with this one. Check it out!

Darts: Everything you need to know about darts from beginning to end

Wilmington, DE – July 6, 2009 – Sports offers unique opportunities for the individual to experience the “thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” But not everyone can participate in a sport because no matter how committed a person is, he may be limited by his abilities. But one sport gives everyone – physically challenged or not – a chance to play as impressively as anyone else. And that’s darts. The spectators’ eyes follow the dart instead of the player. There is a broad range of prowess among darts enthusiasts and everyone can find a level at which he or she can compete. Renowned author and recognized darts authority George Silberzahn provides valuable information about this sport with the release of his new book Darts: Beginning to End.

Darts: Beginning to End is specially-written for readers who wish to learn about darts, its players and its importance in the world of sports. With it, darts players, aspiring players and those just curious and interested will be able to appreciate and learn the game even more.

“Your techniques have given me the tools to become the best player I can be.” – Joe Everett (aka: dart face) New York City, U.S.A.

“Certainly from reading the additional information in George's book (a must for all dart players’) I now understand and feel when my stroke is good and bad and also I'm in a position where I am able to correct it if the first dart thrown is poor.” – Antony Sharrett (aka: Tanman) Harrogate, England

“I know it's working for me because now what feels like a bad night would have been considered a great night 6 months ago.” – Mark Kelly (aka: Drac0) Australia

“I have never felt more controlled and focused with my darts. The drills, the reading material, all of it are a huge help.” – Greg Kanes (aka: P-man) S. Africa

Silberzahn prepares a comprehensive book on darts – a background on the game, the types of darts, dartboards, the different equipment, practicing and perfecting ability at the game. Thirteen champions and experts tell their stories, including competitors Stacy Bromberg, Dave Kelly, Scott Kirchner, John Kuczynski, John Part, Marilynn Popp, Chris White, Joe Slivan, Drew Tustin and Mark Wuerstle, plus tournament directors Chris Bender, Peter Citera and Ron Marks. This book explains the basic applications, and the physical, mental, and emotional practices needed to be a fit and good dart player. For more information on this dart book, log on to www.Xlibris.com.

About the Author
George Silberzahn is a renowned author and recognized authority in the sport of darts. During his career, his knowledge, skills and determination ranked him as one of the top ten players in the United States. An expert darter, he averaged more than fifty on an American dart board. His involvement in the sport spans fifty years and his passion for the game has led to this, the most comprehensive book about American, steel tip and soft tip darts written to date. His tutorial, “Flight School,” has helped darters worldwide improve their game. He also developed the “Players Tournament,” unique because of the opportunity it affords all levels of dart shooters. He lives in Wilmington, DE with his wife Sandie. He can be contacted through his website, http://www.howtodarts.com/

Beginning to End
American, Soft-Tip & Steel Tip
* by George Silberzahn
Publication Date: June 25, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 281 pages; 978-1-4415-3871-0
Cloth Hardback; $29.99; 281 pages; 978-1-4415-3872-7
To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274 x. 7876.


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